If you have labs now that show E2 based on your current protocol and E2 needs to be changed, calculate the corrected anastrozole dose by Current_E2/22 X old anastrozole dose. That will get you near E2=22pg/ml.
Then if you increase T, increase anastrozole dose by the same factor and E2 should be good. You can stack both corrections.
Good E2 management might require a liquid anastrozole product to allow for finer dose increments.
The actual T yield of a T ester really does not matter.
Your current routing is creating steady T levels and you want that so ratio of serum anastrozole:testosterone to be steady.
The done side of doing this is perhaps feeling down when not blasting. So there is a quality of life risk.
Once you get your hands in the cookie jar, you might not be able to keep it out.
You should do labs to make sure that HTC is not getting harmful.
For many TRT guys, doing gear and pushing metabolic rates higher might have some negative consequences if thyroid function or adrenals cannot keep up.
What are your primary goals? Wellbeing or being big?